01/03/2020 – Domingo de la 1ª semana de Cuaresma. – LECTURAS Y SANTOS DEL DÍA – READING OF THE DAY

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01/03/2020

LECTURAS DEL DÍA

Primera lectura

Lectura del libro Génesis
Gn 2, 7-9; 3, 1-7

Después de haber creado el cielo y la tierra, el Señor Dios tomó polvo del suelo y con él formó al hombre; le sopló en la nariz un aliento de vida, y el hombre comenzó a vivir. Después plantó el Señor un jardín al oriente del Edén y allí puso al hombre que había formado. El Señor Dios hizo brotar del suelo toda clase de árboles, de hermoso aspecto y sabrosos frutos, y además, en medio del jardín, el árbol de la vida y el árbol del conocimiento del bien y del mal.
La serpiente era el más astuto de los animales del campo que había creado el Señor Dios. Un día le dijo a la mujer: “¿Es cierto que Dios les ha prohibido comer de todos los árboles del jardín?”
La mujer respondió: “Podemos comer del fruto de todos los árboles del jardín, pero del árbol que está en el centro, dijo Dios: ‘No comerán de él ni lo tocarán, porque de lo contrario, habrán de morir’”.
La serpiente replicó a la mujer: “De ningún modo. No morirán. Bien sabe Dios que el día que coman de los frutos de ese árbol, se les abrirán a ustedes los ojos y serán como Dios, que conoce el bien y el mal”.
La mujer vio que el árbol era bueno para comer, agradable a la vista y codiciable, además, para alcanzar la sabiduría. Tomó, pues, de su fruto, comió y le dio a su marido, que estaba junto a ella, el cual también comió. Entonces se les abrieron los ojos a los dos y se dieron cuenta de que estaban desnudos. Entrelazaron unas hojas de higuera y se las ciñeron para cubrirse.

Palabra de Dios.

Sal 50, 3-4. 5-6a 12-13. 14 y 17
R. Misericordia, Señor: hemos pecado.

Misericordia, Dios mío, por tu bondad,
por tu inmensa compasión borra mi culpa,
lava del todo mi delito,
limpia mi pecado. R.

Pues yo reconozco mi culpa,
tengo siempre presente mi pecado.
Contra ti, contra ti solo pequé,
cometí la maldad en tu presencia. R.

Oh Dios, crea en mi un corazón puro,
renuévame por dentro con espíritu firme.
No me arrojes lejos de tu rostro,
no me quites tu santo espíritu. R.

Devuélveme la alegría de tu salvación,
afiánzame con espíritu generoso.
Señor, me abrirás los labios,
y mi boca proclamará tu alabanza. R.

Segunda lectura

Lectura de la carta del apóstol san Pablo a los Romanos
Rom 5, 12. 17-19

Hermanos: Por un solo hombre entró el pecado en el mundo y por el pecado entró la muerte, y así la muerte pasó a todos los hombres, porque todos pecaron.
En efecto, si por el pecado de un solo hombre estableció la muerte su reinado, con mucho mayor razón reinarán en la vida por un solo hombre, Jesucristo, aquellos que reciben la gracia superabundante que los hace justos.
En resumen, así como por el pecado de un solo hombre, Adán, vino la condenación para todos, así por la justicia de un solo hombre, Jesucristo, ha venido para todos la justificación que da la vida. Y así como por la desobediencia de uno, todos fueron hechos pecadores, así por la obediencia de uno solo, todos serán hechos justos.

EVANGELIO DEL DÍA

Evangelio según san Mateo
Mt 4, 1-11

En aquel tiempo, Jesús fue conducido por el Espíritu al desierto, para ser tentado por el demonio. Pasó cuarenta días y cuarenta noches sin comer y, al final, tuvo hambre. Entonces se le acercó el tentador y le dijo: “Si tú eres el Hijo de Dios, manda que estas piedras se conviertan en panes”. Jesús le respondió: “Está escrito: No sólo de pan vive el hombre, sino también de toda palabra que sale de la boca de Dios”.
Entonces el diablo lo llevó a la ciudad santa, lo puso en la parte más alta del templo y le dijo: “Si eres el Hijo de Dios, échate para abajo, porque está escrito: Mandará a sus ángeles que te cuiden y ellos te tomarán en sus manos, para que no tropiece tu pie en piedra alguna”. Jesús le contestó: “También está escrito: No tentarás al Señor, tu Dios”.
Luego lo llevó el diablo a un monte muy alto y desde ahí le hizo ver la grandeza de todos los reinos del mundo y le dijo: “Te daré todo esto, si te postras y me adoras”. Pero Jesús le replicó: “Retírate, Satanás, porque está escrito: Adorarás al Señor, tu Dios, y a él sólo servirás”.
Entonces lo dejó el diablo y se acercaron los ángeles para servirle.

S. ALBINO, OBISPO DE ANGERS

Monje y abad, elegido obispo por aclamación en 529, a pesar de su reticencia. Entre los promotores del Tercer Concilio de Orleans, renovó la Iglesia luchando contra la laxitud de los pastores. Defensor de pobres y prisioneros, utiliza los fondos diocesanos para liberar a los rehenes de los piratas.  

S. FÉLIX III, PAPA

ENGLISH

READING OF THE DAY

First reading from the Book of Genesis
GN 2:7-9; 3:1-7

The LORD God formed man out of the clay of the ground
and blew into his nostrils the breath of life,
and so man became a living being.
Then the LORD God planted a garden in Eden, in the east,
and placed there the man whom he had formed.
Out of the ground the LORD God made various trees grow
that were delightful to look at and good for food,
with the tree of life in the middle of the garden
and the tree of the knowledge of good and evil.
Now the serpent was the most cunning of all the animals
that the LORD God had made.
The serpent asked the woman,
“Did God really tell you not to eat
from any of the trees in the garden?”
The woman answered the serpent:
“We may eat of the fruit of the trees in the garden;
it is only about the fruit of the tree
in the middle of the garden that God said,
‘You shall not eat it or even touch it, lest you die.’”
But the serpent said to the woman:
“You certainly will not die!
No, God knows well that the moment you eat of it
your eyes will be opened and you will be like gods
who know what is good and what is evil.”
The woman saw that the tree was good for food,
pleasing to the eyes, and desirable for gaining wisdom.
So she took some of its fruit and ate it;
and she also gave some to her husband, who was with her,
and he ate it.
Then the eyes of both of them were opened,
and they realized that they were naked;
so they sewed fig leaves together
and made loincloths for themselves.

 

Second reading from the letter of St. Paul to the Romans
ROM 5:12, 17-19

Brothers and sisters:
Through one man sin entered the world,
and through sin, death, 
and thus death came to all men, inasmuch as all sinned.

For if, by the transgression of the one, 
death came to reign through that one, 
how much more will those who receive the abundance of grace
and of the gift of justification 
come to reign in life through the one Jesus Christ.
In conclusion, just as through one transgression 
condemnation came upon all, 
so, through one righteous act,
acquittal and life came to all.
For just as through the disobedience of the one man
the many were made sinners, 
so, through the obedience of the one,
the many will be made righteous.

GOSPEL OF THE DAY

From the Gospel according to Matthew
MT 4:1-11

At that time Jesus was led by the Spirit into the desert
to be tempted by the devil.
He fasted for forty days and forty nights,
and afterwards he was hungry.
The tempter approached and said to him,
“If you are the Son of God,
command that these stones become loaves of bread.”
He said in reply,
“It is written:
One does not live on bread alone,
but on every word that comes forth
from the mouth of God.”
Then the devil took him to the holy city,
and made him stand on the parapet of the temple,
and said to him, “If you are the Son of God, throw yourself down.
For it is written:
He will command his angels concerning you
and with their hands they will support you,
lest you dash your foot against a stone.”
Jesus answered him,
“Again it is written,
You shall not put the Lord, your God, to the test.”
Then the devil took him up to a very high mountain,
and showed him all the kingdoms of the world in their magnificence,
and he said to him, “All these I shall give to you,
if you will prostrate yourself and worship me.”
At this, Jesus said to him,
“Get away, Satan!
It is written:
The Lord, your God, shall you worship
and him alone shall you serve.”
Then the devil left him and, behold,
angels came and ministered to him.

01 March

The Saint of the Day presents a daily calendar of Saints remembered by the Church. The pages feature the stories of the great witnesses of Christian life through the centuries, lighting our way on our journey of faith.

ST. ALBINUS BISHOP OF ANGERS

In 529, St Albinus, a monk and an abbot was elected Bishop of Angers by acclamation, despite his reluctance. One of the promoters of the Third Council of Orleans, he helped renew the Church by fighting against clerical laxity. St Albinus was known for his care of all those in need.  

ST. FELIX III, POPE

 

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READING OF THE DAY

First reading from the Book of Genesis
GN 2:7-9; 3:1-7

The LORD God formed man out of the clay of the ground
and blew into his nostrils the breath of life,
and so man became a living being.
Then the LORD God planted a garden in Eden, in the east,
and placed there the man whom he had formed.
Out of the ground the LORD God made various trees grow
that were delightful to look at and good for food,
with the tree of life in the middle of the garden
and the tree of the knowledge of good and evil.
Now the serpent was the most cunning of all the animals
that the LORD God had made.
The serpent asked the woman,
“Did God really tell you not to eat
from any of the trees in the garden?”
The woman answered the serpent:
“We may eat of the fruit of the trees in the garden;
it is only about the fruit of the tree
in the middle of the garden that God said,
‘You shall not eat it or even touch it, lest you die.’”
But the serpent said to the woman:
“You certainly will not die!
No, God knows well that the moment you eat of it
your eyes will be opened and you will be like gods
who know what is good and what is evil.”
The woman saw that the tree was good for food,
pleasing to the eyes, and desirable for gaining wisdom.
So she took some of its fruit and ate it;
and she also gave some to her husband, who was with her,
and he ate it.
Then the eyes of both of them were opened,
and they realized that they were naked;
so they sewed fig leaves together
and made loincloths for themselves.

 

Second reading from the letter of St. Paul to the Romans
ROM 5:12, 17-19

Brothers and sisters:
Through one man sin entered the world,
and through sin, death, 
and thus death came to all men, inasmuch as all sinned.

For if, by the transgression of the one, 
death came to reign through that one, 
how much more will those who receive the abundance of grace
and of the gift of justification 
come to reign in life through the one Jesus Christ.
In conclusion, just as through one transgression 
condemnation came upon all, 
so, through one righteous act,
acquittal and life came to all.
For just as through the disobedience of the one man
the many were made sinners, 
so, through the obedience of the one,
the many will be made righteous.

GOSPEL OF THE DAY

From the Gospel according to Matthew
MT 4:1-11

At that time Jesus was led by the Spirit into the desert
to be tempted by the devil.
He fasted for forty days and forty nights,
and afterwards he was hungry.
The tempter approached and said to him,
“If you are the Son of God,
command that these stones become loaves of bread.”
He said in reply,
“It is written:
One does not live on bread alone,
but on every word that comes forth
from the mouth of God.”
Then the devil took him to the holy city,
and made him stand on the parapet of the temple,
and said to him, “If you are the Son of God, throw yourself down.
For it is written:
He will command his angels concerning you
and with their hands they will support you,
lest you dash your foot against a stone.”
Jesus answered him,
“Again it is written,
You shall not put the Lord, your God, to the test.”
Then the devil took him up to a very high mountain,
and showed him all the kingdoms of the world in their magnificence,
and he said to him, “All these I shall give to you,
if you will prostrate yourself and worship me.”
At this, Jesus said to him,
“Get away, Satan!
It is written:
The Lord, your God, shall you worship
and him alone shall you serve.”
Then the devil left him and, behold,
angels came and ministered to him.

01 March

The Saint of the Day presents a daily calendar of Saints remembered by the Church. The pages feature the stories of the great witnesses of Christian life through the centuries, lighting our way on our journey of faith.

ST. ALBINUS BISHOP OF ANGERS

In 529, St Albinus, a monk and an abbot was elected Bishop of Angers by acclamation, despite his reluctance. One of the promoters of the Third Council of Orleans, he helped renew the Church by fighting against clerical laxity. St Albinus was known for his care of all those in need.  

ST. FELIX III, POPE

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READING OF THE DAY

First reading from the Book of Genesis
GN 2:7-9; 3:1-7

The LORD God formed man out of the clay of the ground
and blew into his nostrils the breath of life,
and so man became a living being.
Then the LORD God planted a garden in Eden, in the east,
and placed there the man whom he had formed.
Out of the ground the LORD God made various trees grow
that were delightful to look at and good for food,
with the tree of life in the middle of the garden
and the tree of the knowledge of good and evil.
Now the serpent was the most cunning of all the animals
that the LORD God had made.
The serpent asked the woman,
“Did God really tell you not to eat
from any of the trees in the garden?”
The woman answered the serpent:
“We may eat of the fruit of the trees in the garden;
it is only about the fruit of the tree
in the middle of the garden that God said,
‘You shall not eat it or even touch it, lest you die.’”
But the serpent said to the woman:
“You certainly will not die!
No, God knows well that the moment you eat of it
your eyes will be opened and you will be like gods
who know what is good and what is evil.”
The woman saw that the tree was good for food,
pleasing to the eyes, and desirable for gaining wisdom.
So she took some of its fruit and ate it;
and she also gave some to her husband, who was with her,
and he ate it.
Then the eyes of both of them were opened,
and they realized that they were naked;
so they sewed fig leaves together
and made loincloths for themselves.

 

Second reading from the letter of St. Paul to the Romans
ROM 5:12, 17-19

Brothers and sisters:
Through one man sin entered the world,
and through sin, death, 
and thus death came to all men, inasmuch as all sinned.

For if, by the transgression of the one, 
death came to reign through that one, 
how much more will those who receive the abundance of grace
and of the gift of justification 
come to reign in life through the one Jesus Christ.
In conclusion, just as through one transgression 
condemnation came upon all, 
so, through one righteous act,
acquittal and life came to all.
For just as through the disobedience of the one man
the many were made sinners, 
so, through the obedience of the one,
the many will be made righteous.

GOSPEL OF THE DAY

From the Gospel according to Matthew
MT 4:1-11

At that time Jesus was led by the Spirit into the desert
to be tempted by the devil.
He fasted for forty days and forty nights,
and afterwards he was hungry.
The tempter approached and said to him,
“If you are the Son of God,
command that these stones become loaves of bread.”
He said in reply,
“It is written:
One does not live on bread alone,
but on every word that comes forth
from the mouth of God.”
Then the devil took him to the holy city,
and made him stand on the parapet of the temple,
and said to him, “If you are the Son of God, throw yourself down.
For it is written:
He will command his angels concerning you
and with their hands they will support you,
lest you dash your foot against a stone.”
Jesus answered him,
“Again it is written,
You shall not put the Lord, your God, to the test.”
Then the devil took him up to a very high mountain,
and showed him all the kingdoms of the world in their magnificence,
and he said to him, “All these I shall give to you,
if you will prostrate yourself and worship me.”
At this, Jesus said to him,
“Get away, Satan!
It is written:
The Lord, your God, shall you worship
and him alone shall you serve.”
Then the devil left him and, behold,
angels came and ministered to him.

01 March

The Saint of the Day presents a daily calendar of Saints remembered by the Church. The pages feature the stories of the great witnesses of Christian life through the centuries, lighting our way on our journey of faith.

ST. ALBINUS BISHOP OF ANGERS

In 529, St Albinus, a monk and an abbot was elected Bishop of Angers by acclamation, despite his reluctance. One of the promoters of the Third Council of Orleans, he helped renew the Church by fighting against clerical laxity. St Albinus was known for his care of all those in need.  

ST. FELIX III, POPE

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01/03/2020

LEITURA DO DIA

Primeira Leitura

Leitura do Livro do Gênesis
2,7-9; 3,1-7

O Senhor Deus formou o homem do pó da terra,
soprou-lhe nas narinas o sopro da vida
e o homem tornou-se um ser vivente.
Depois, o Senhor Deus plantou um jardim em Éden,
ao oriente, e ali pôs o homem que havia formado.
E o Senhor Deus fez brotar da terra
toda sorte de árvores de aspecto atraente
e de fruto saboroso ao paladar,
a árvore da vida no meio do jardim
e a árvore do conhecimento do bem e do mal.
A serpente era o mais astuto de todos os animais dos
campos que o Senhor Deus tinha feito.
Ela disse à mulher:
‘É verdade que Deus vos disse:
‘Não comereis de nenhuma das árvores do jardim?’ ‘
E a mulher respondeu à serpente:
‘Do fruto das árvores do jardim, nós podemos comer.
Mas do fruto da árvore que está no meio do jardim,
Deus nos disse:
‘Não comais dele nem sequer o toqueis,
do contrário, morrereis.”
A serpente disse à mulher:
‘Não, vós não morrereis.
Mas Deus sabe que no dia em que dele comerdes,
vossos olhos se abrirão e vós sereis como Deus
conhecendo o bem e o mal’.
A mulher viu que seria bom comer da árvore,
pois era atraente para os olhos
e desejável para se alcançar conhecimento.
E colheu um fruto,
comeu e deu também ao marido, que estava com ela,
e ele comeu.
Então, os olhos dos dois se abriram;
e, vendo que estavam nus,
teceram tangas para si com folhas de figueira.

 

Segunda Leitura

Leitura da Carta de São Paulo aos Romanos
5,12-19

Irmãos:
Consideremos o seguinte:
O pecado entrou no mundo por um só homem.
Através do pecado, entrou a morte.
E a morte passou para todos os homens,
porque todos pecaram…
Na realidade, antes de ser dada a Lei,
já havia pecado no mundo.
Mas o pecado não pode ser imputado, quando não há lei.
No entanto, a morte reinou, desde Adão até Moisés,
mesmo sobre os que não pecaram como Adão, – o qual
era a figura provisória daquele que devia vir -.
Mas isso não quer dizer que o dom da graça de Deus
seja comparável à falta de Adão!
A transgressão de um só
levou a multidão humana à morte, mas
foi de modo bem mais superior que a graça de Deus,
ou seja, o dom gratuito
concedido através de um só homem,
Jesus Cristo, se derramou em abundância sobre todos.
Também, o dom é muito mais eficaz
do que o pecado de um só.
Pois a partir de um só pecado
o julgamento resultou em condenação,
mas o dom da graça frutifica em justificação,
a partir de inúmeras faltas.
Por um só homem, pela falta de um só homem,
a morte começou a reinar.
Muito mais reinarão na vida, pela mediação de um só,
Jesus Cristo, os que recebem o dom
gratuito e superabundante da justiça.
Como a falta de um só acarretou condenação
para todos os homens,
assim o ato de justiça de um só trouxe,
para todos os homens, a justificação que dá a vida.
Com efeito, como pela desobediência de um só homem
a humanidade toda foi estabelecida numa situação de
pecado, assim também, pela obediência de um só,
toda a humanidade passará para uma situação de justiça.

EVANGELHO DO DIA

Proclamação do Evangelho de Jesus Cristo segundo Mateus
4,1-11

Naquele tempo:
o Espírito conduziu Jesus ao deserto,

para ser tentado pelo diabo.
Jesus jejuou durante quarenta dias e quarenta noites,
e, depois disso, teve fome.
Então, o tentador aproximou-se e disse a Jesus:
‘Se és Filho de Deus,
manda que estas pedras se transformem em pães!’
Mas Jesus respondeu: ‘Está escrito:
‘Não só de pão vive o homem,
mas de toda palavra que sai da boca de Deus’.’
Então o diabo levou Jesus à Cidade Santa,
colocou-o sobre a parte mais alta do Templo,
e lhe disse: ‘Se és Filho de Deus,
lança-te daqui abaixo!
Porque está escrito:
‘Deus dará ordens aos seus anjos a teu respeito,
e eles te levarão nas mãos,
para que não tropeces em alguma pedra’.’
Jesus lhe respondeu: ‘Também está escrito:
‘Não tentarás o Senhor teu Deus!”
Novamente, o diabo levou Jesus para um monte
muito alto.
Mostrou-lhe todos os reinos do mundo e sua glória,
e lhe disse: ‘Eu te darei tudo isso,
se te ajoelhares diante de mim, para me adorar.’
Jesus lhe disse: ‘Vai-te embora, Satanás,
porque está escrito:
‘Adorarás ao Senhor teu Deus
e somente a ele prestarás culto.’
Então o diabo o deixou.
E os anjos se aproximaram e serviram a Jesus.

01 março

O Santo do Dia é uma resenha diária dos Santos guardados na memória da Igreja. Histórias de mestres da vida cristã de todos os tempos que como faróis luminosos orientam o nosso caminho.

S. ALBINO, BISPO DE ANGERS

Albino, monge e abade, foi eleito bispo por aclamação, no ano 529, apesar da sua relutância. Entre os promotores do III Concílio de Orleans, renovou a Igreja, lutando contra a negligência dos pastores. Defensor dos pobres e prisioneiros, usava os fundos diocesanos para libertar os piratas reféns.  

S. FÉLIX III, PAPA

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São Félix III, Papa desde o ano 483, teve que enfrentar o cisma do Patriarca de Constantinopla e combater as heresias monofisitas e arianas. Apoiou os Bispos africanos, contra as invasões dos Vândalos, e readmitiu na Igreja todos os cristãos, que tinham sido obrigados ao batismo ariano.  

 

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01/03/2020

LEITURA DO DIA

Primeira Leitura

Leitura do Livro do Gênesis
2,7-9; 3,1-7

O Senhor Deus formou o homem do pó da terra,
soprou-lhe nas narinas o sopro da vida
e o homem tornou-se um ser vivente.
Depois, o Senhor Deus plantou um jardim em Éden,
ao oriente, e ali pôs o homem que havia formado.
E o Senhor Deus fez brotar da terra
toda sorte de árvores de aspecto atraente
e de fruto saboroso ao paladar,
a árvore da vida no meio do jardim
e a árvore do conhecimento do bem e do mal.
A serpente era o mais astuto de todos os animais dos
campos que o Senhor Deus tinha feito.
Ela disse à mulher:
‘É verdade que Deus vos disse:
‘Não comereis de nenhuma das árvores do jardim?’ ‘
E a mulher respondeu à serpente:
‘Do fruto das árvores do jardim, nós podemos comer.
Mas do fruto da árvore que está no meio do jardim,
Deus nos disse:
‘Não comais dele nem sequer o toqueis,
do contrário, morrereis.”
A serpente disse à mulher:
‘Não, vós não morrereis.
Mas Deus sabe que no dia em que dele comerdes,
vossos olhos se abrirão e vós sereis como Deus
conhecendo o bem e o mal’.
A mulher viu que seria bom comer da árvore,
pois era atraente para os olhos
e desejável para se alcançar conhecimento.
E colheu um fruto,
comeu e deu também ao marido, que estava com ela,
e ele comeu.
Então, os olhos dos dois se abriram;
e, vendo que estavam nus,
teceram tangas para si com folhas de figueira.

 

Segunda Leitura

Leitura da Carta de São Paulo aos Romanos
5,12-19

Irmãos:
Consideremos o seguinte:
O pecado entrou no mundo por um só homem.
Através do pecado, entrou a morte.
E a morte passou para todos os homens,
porque todos pecaram…
Na realidade, antes de ser dada a Lei,
já havia pecado no mundo.
Mas o pecado não pode ser imputado, quando não há lei.
No entanto, a morte reinou, desde Adão até Moisés,
mesmo sobre os que não pecaram como Adão, – o qual
era a figura provisória daquele que devia vir -.
Mas isso não quer dizer que o dom da graça de Deus
seja comparável à falta de Adão!
A transgressão de um só
levou a multidão humana à morte, mas
foi de modo bem mais superior que a graça de Deus,
ou seja, o dom gratuito
concedido através de um só homem,
Jesus Cristo, se derramou em abundância sobre todos.
Também, o dom é muito mais eficaz
do que o pecado de um só.
Pois a partir de um só pecado
o julgamento resultou em condenação,
mas o dom da graça frutifica em justificação,
a partir de inúmeras faltas.
Por um só homem, pela falta de um só homem,
a morte começou a reinar.
Muito mais reinarão na vida, pela mediação de um só,
Jesus Cristo, os que recebem o dom
gratuito e superabundante da justiça.
Como a falta de um só acarretou condenação
para todos os homens,
assim o ato de justiça de um só trouxe,
para todos os homens, a justificação que dá a vida.
Com efeito, como pela desobediência de um só homem
a humanidade toda foi estabelecida numa situação de
pecado, assim também, pela obediência de um só,
toda a humanidade passará para uma situação de justiça.

EVANGELHO DO DIA

Proclamação do Evangelho de Jesus Cristo segundo Mateus
4,1-11

Naquele tempo:
o Espírito conduziu Jesus ao deserto,

para ser tentado pelo diabo.
Jesus jejuou durante quarenta dias e quarenta noites,
e, depois disso, teve fome.
Então, o tentador aproximou-se e disse a Jesus:
‘Se és Filho de Deus,
manda que estas pedras se transformem em pães!’
Mas Jesus respondeu: ‘Está escrito:
‘Não só de pão vive o homem,
mas de toda palavra que sai da boca de Deus’.’
Então o diabo levou Jesus à Cidade Santa,
colocou-o sobre a parte mais alta do Templo,
e lhe disse: ‘Se és Filho de Deus,
lança-te daqui abaixo!
Porque está escrito:
‘Deus dará ordens aos seus anjos a teu respeito,
e eles te levarão nas mãos,
para que não tropeces em alguma pedra’.’
Jesus lhe respondeu: ‘Também está escrito:
‘Não tentarás o Senhor teu Deus!”
Novamente, o diabo levou Jesus para um monte
muito alto.
Mostrou-lhe todos os reinos do mundo e sua glória,
e lhe disse: ‘Eu te darei tudo isso,
se te ajoelhares diante de mim, para me adorar.’
Jesus lhe disse: ‘Vai-te embora, Satanás,
porque está escrito:
‘Adorarás ao Senhor teu Deus
e somente a ele prestarás culto.’
Então o diabo o deixou.
E os anjos se aproximaram e serviram a Jesus.

01 março

O Santo do Dia é uma resenha diária dos Santos guardados na memória da Igreja. Histórias de mestres da vida cristã de todos os tempos que como faróis luminosos orientam o nosso caminho.

S. ALBINO, BISPO DE ANGERS

Albino, monge e abade, foi eleito bispo por aclamação, no ano 529, apesar da sua relutância. Entre os promotores do III Concílio de Orleans, renovou a Igreja, lutando contra a negligência dos pastores. Defensor dos pobres e prisioneiros, usava os fundos diocesanos para libertar os piratas reféns.  

S. FÉLIX III, PAPA

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São Félix III, Papa desde o ano 483, teve que enfrentar o cisma do Patriarca de Constantinopla e combater as heresias monofisitas e arianas. Apoiou os Bispos africanos, contra as invasões dos Vândalos, e readmitiu na Igreja todos os cristãos, que tinham sido obrigados ao batismo ariano.  

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READING OF THE DAY

First reading from the Book of Genesis
GN 2:7-9; 3:1-7

The LORD God formed man out of the clay of the ground
and blew into his nostrils the breath of life,
and so man became a living being.
Then the LORD God planted a garden in Eden, in the east,
and placed there the man whom he had formed.
Out of the ground the LORD God made various trees grow
that were delightful to look at and good for food,
with the tree of life in the middle of the garden
and the tree of the knowledge of good and evil.
Now the serpent was the most cunning of all the animals
that the LORD God had made.
The serpent asked the woman,
“Did God really tell you not to eat
from any of the trees in the garden?”
The woman answered the serpent:
“We may eat of the fruit of the trees in the garden;
it is only about the fruit of the tree
in the middle of the garden that God said,
‘You shall not eat it or even touch it, lest you die.’”
But the serpent said to the woman:
“You certainly will not die!
No, God knows well that the moment you eat of it
your eyes will be opened and you will be like gods
who know what is good and what is evil.”
The woman saw that the tree was good for food,
pleasing to the eyes, and desirable for gaining wisdom.
So she took some of its fruit and ate it;
and she also gave some to her husband, who was with her,
and he ate it.
Then the eyes of both of them were opened,
and they realized that they were naked;
so they sewed fig leaves together
and made loincloths for themselves.

 

Second reading from the letter of St. Paul to the Romans
ROM 5:12, 17-19

Brothers and sisters:
Through one man sin entered the world,
and through sin, death, 
and thus death came to all men, inasmuch as all sinned.

For if, by the transgression of the one, 
death came to reign through that one, 
how much more will those who receive the abundance of grace
and of the gift of justification 
come to reign in life through the one Jesus Christ.
In conclusion, just as through one transgression 
condemnation came upon all, 
so, through one righteous act,
acquittal and life came to all.
For just as through the disobedience of the one man
the many were made sinners, 
so, through the obedience of the one,
the many will be made righteous.

GOSPEL OF THE DAY

From the Gospel according to Matthew
MT 4:1-11

At that time Jesus was led by the Spirit into the desert
to be tempted by the devil.
He fasted for forty days and forty nights,
and afterwards he was hungry.
The tempter approached and said to him,
“If you are the Son of God,
command that these stones become loaves of bread.”
He said in reply,
“It is written:
One does not live on bread alone,
but on every word that comes forth
from the mouth of God.”
Then the devil took him to the holy city,
and made him stand on the parapet of the temple,
and said to him, “If you are the Son of God, throw yourself down.
For it is written:
He will command his angels concerning you
and with their hands they will support you,
lest you dash your foot against a stone.”
Jesus answered him,
“Again it is written,
You shall not put the Lord, your God, to the test.”
Then the devil took him up to a very high mountain,
and showed him all the kingdoms of the world in their magnificence,
and he said to him, “All these I shall give to you,
if you will prostrate yourself and worship me.”
At this, Jesus said to him,
“Get away, Satan!
It is written:
The Lord, your God, shall you worship
and him alone shall you serve.”
Then the devil left him and, behold,
angels came and ministered to him.

01 March

The Saint of the Day presents a daily calendar of Saints remembered by the Church. The pages feature the stories of the great witnesses of Christian life through the centuries, lighting our way on our journey of faith.

ST. ALBINUS BISHOP OF ANGERS

In 529, St Albinus, a monk and an abbot was elected Bishop of Angers by acclamation, despite his reluctance. One of the promoters of the Third Council of Orleans, he helped renew the Church by fighting against clerical laxity. St Albinus was known for his care of all those in need.  

ST. FELIX III, POPE

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READING OF THE DAY

First reading from the Book of Genesis
GN 2:7-9; 3:1-7

The LORD God formed man out of the clay of the ground
and blew into his nostrils the breath of life,
and so man became a living being.
Then the LORD God planted a garden in Eden, in the east,
and placed there the man whom he had formed.
Out of the ground the LORD God made various trees grow
that were delightful to look at and good for food,
with the tree of life in the middle of the garden
and the tree of the knowledge of good and evil.
Now the serpent was the most cunning of all the animals
that the LORD God had made.
The serpent asked the woman,
“Did God really tell you not to eat
from any of the trees in the garden?”
The woman answered the serpent:
“We may eat of the fruit of the trees in the garden;
it is only about the fruit of the tree
in the middle of the garden that God said,
‘You shall not eat it or even touch it, lest you die.’”
But the serpent said to the woman:
“You certainly will not die!
No, God knows well that the moment you eat of it
your eyes will be opened and you will be like gods
who know what is good and what is evil.”
The woman saw that the tree was good for food,
pleasing to the eyes, and desirable for gaining wisdom.
So she took some of its fruit and ate it;
and she also gave some to her husband, who was with her,
and he ate it.
Then the eyes of both of them were opened,
and they realized that they were naked;
so they sewed fig leaves together
and made loincloths for themselves.

 

Second reading from the letter of St. Paul to the Romans
ROM 5:12, 17-19

Brothers and sisters:
Through one man sin entered the world,
and through sin, death, 
and thus death came to all men, inasmuch as all sinned.

For if, by the transgression of the one, 
death came to reign through that one, 
how much more will those who receive the abundance of grace
and of the gift of justification 
come to reign in life through the one Jesus Christ.
In conclusion, just as through one transgression 
condemnation came upon all, 
so, through one righteous act,
acquittal and life came to all.
For just as through the disobedience of the one man
the many were made sinners, 
so, through the obedience of the one,
the many will be made righteous.

GOSPEL OF THE DAY

From the Gospel according to Matthew
MT 4:1-11

At that time Jesus was led by the Spirit into the desert
to be tempted by the devil.
He fasted for forty days and forty nights,
and afterwards he was hungry.
The tempter approached and said to him,
“If you are the Son of God,
command that these stones become loaves of bread.”
He said in reply,
“It is written:
One does not live on bread alone,
but on every word that comes forth
from the mouth of God.”
Then the devil took him to the holy city,
and made him stand on the parapet of the temple,
and said to him, “If you are the Son of God, throw yourself down.
For it is written:
He will command his angels concerning you
and with their hands they will support you,
lest you dash your foot against a stone.”
Jesus answered him,
“Again it is written,
You shall not put the Lord, your God, to the test.”
Then the devil took him up to a very high mountain,
and showed him all the kingdoms of the world in their magnificence,
and he said to him, “All these I shall give to you,
if you will prostrate yourself and worship me.”
At this, Jesus said to him,
“Get away, Satan!
It is written:
The Lord, your God, shall you worship
and him alone shall you serve.”
Then the devil left him and, behold,
angels came and ministered to him.

01 March

The Saint of the Day presents a daily calendar of Saints remembered by the Church. The pages feature the stories of the great witnesses of Christian life through the centuries, lighting our way on our journey of faith.

ST. ALBINUS BISHOP OF ANGERS

In 529, St Albinus, a monk and an abbot was elected Bishop of Angers by acclamation, despite his reluctance. One of the promoters of the Third Council of Orleans, he helped renew the Church by fighting against clerical laxity. St Albinus was known for his care of all those in need.  

ST. FELIX III, POPE

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01/03/2020

LECTURE DU JOUR

PREMIÈRE LECTURE

 

Lecture du livre de la Genèse
(Gn 2, 7-9 ; 3, 1-7a)

Le Seigneur Dieu modela l’homme
avec la poussière tirée du sol ;
il insuffla dans ses narines le souffle de vie,
et l’homme devint un être vivant.
Le Seigneur Dieu planta un jardin en Éden, à l’orient,
et y plaça l’homme qu’il avait modelé.
Le Seigneur Dieu fit pousser du sol
toutes sortes d’arbres à l’aspect désirable et aux fruits savoureux ;
il y avait aussi l’arbre de vie au milieu du jardin,
et l’arbre de la connaissance du bien et du mal.
Or le serpent était le plus rusé de tous les animaux des champs
que le Seigneur Dieu avait faits.
Il dit à la femme :
« Alors, Dieu vous a vraiment dit :
‘Vous ne mangerez d’aucun arbre du jardin’ ? »
La femme répondit au serpent :
« Nous mangeons les fruits des arbres du jardin.
Mais, pour le fruit de l’arbre qui est au milieu du jardin,
Dieu a dit :
‘Vous n’en mangerez pas, vous n’y toucherez pas,
sinon vous mourrez.’ »
Le serpent dit à la femme :
« Pas du tout ! Vous ne mourrez pas !
Mais Dieu sait que, le jour où vous en mangerez,
vos yeux s’ouvriront,
et vous serez comme des dieux,
connaissant le bien et le mal. »
La femme s’aperçut que le fruit de l’arbre devait être savoureux,
qu’il était agréable à regarder
et qu’il était désirable, cet arbre, puisqu’il donnait l’intelligence.
Elle prit de son fruit, et en mangea.
Elle en donna aussi à son mari,
et il en mangea.
Alors leurs yeux à tous deux s’ouvrirent
et ils se rendirent compte qu’ils étaient nus.

 

DEUXIÈME LECTURE

Lecture de la lettre de saint Paul apôtre aux Romains
(Rm 5, 12.17-19)

Frères,
    nous savons que par un seul homme,
le péché est entré dans le monde,
    et que par le péché est venue la mort ;
et ainsi, la mort est passée en tous les hommes,
étant donné que tous ont péché.
    Si, en effet, à cause d’un seul homme,
par la faute d’un seul,
la mort a établi son règne,
combien plus, à cause de Jésus Christ et de lui seul,
régneront-ils dans la vie,
ceux qui reçoivent en abondance
le don de la grâce qui les rend justes.

    Bref, de même que la faute commise par un seul
a conduit tous les hommes à la condamnation,
de même l’accomplissement de la justice par un seul
a conduit tous les hommes à la justification qui donne la vie.
    En effet, de même que par la désobéissance d’un seul être humain
la multitude a été rendue pécheresse,
de même par l’obéissance d’un seul
la multitude sera-t-elle rendue juste.

ÉVANGILE DU JOUR

Évangile de Jésus Christ selon saint Matthieu
(Mt 4, 1-11)

En ce temps-là,
Jésus fut conduit au désert par l’Esprit
pour être tenté par le diable.
Après avoir jeûné quarante jours et quarante nuits,
il eut faim.
Le tentateur s’approcha et lui dit :
« Si tu es Fils de Dieu,
ordonne que ces pierres deviennent des pains. »
Mais Jésus répondit :
« Il est écrit :
L’homme ne vit pas seulement de pain,
mais de toute parole qui sort de la bouche de Dieu. »

Alors le diable l’emmène à la Ville sainte,
le place au sommet du Temple
et lui dit :
« Si tu es Fils de Dieu,
jette-toi en bas ;
car il est écrit :
Il donnera pour toi des ordres à ses anges,
et : Ils te porteront sur leurs mains,
de peur que ton pied ne heurte une pierre. »
Jésus lui déclara :
« Il est encore écrit :
Tu ne mettras pas à l’épreuve le Seigneur ton Dieu. »

Le diable l’emmène encore sur une très haute montagne
et lui montre tous les royaumes du monde et leur gloire.
Il lui dit :
« Tout cela, je te le donnerai,
si, tombant à mes pieds, tu te prosternes devant moi. »
Alors, Jésus lui dit :
« Arrière, Satan !
car il est écrit :
C’est le Seigneur ton Dieu que tu adoreras,
à lui seul tu rendras un culte. »

Alors le diable le quitte.
Et voici que des anges s’approchèrent,
et ils le servaient.

 

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01/03/2020

TAGESLESUNG

Lesung aus dem Buch Genesis
Gen 2, 7-9; 3,1-7

Gott, der Herr, formte den Menschen aus Erde vom Ackerboden und blies in seine Nase den Lebensatem. So wurde der Mensch zu einem lebendigen Wesen.
Dann legte Gott, der Herr, in Eden, im Osten, einen Garten an und setzte dorthin den Menschen, den er geformt hatte.
Gott, der Herr, ließ aus dem Ackerboden allerlei Bäume wachsen, verlockend anzusehen und mit köstlichen Früchten, in der Mitte des Gartens aber den Baum des Lebens und den Baum der Erkenntnis von gut und böse.
Die Schlange war schlauer als alle Tiere des Feldes, die Gott, der Herr, gemacht hatte. Sie sagte zu der Frau: Hat Gott wirklich gesagt: Ihr dürft von keinem Baum des Gartens essen?
Die Frau entgegnete der Schlange: Von den Früchten der Bäume im Garten dürfen wir essen;
nur von den Früchten des Baumes, der in der Mitte des Gartens steht, hat Gott gesagt: Davon dürft ihr nicht essen, und daran dürft ihr nicht rühren, sonst werdet ihr sterben.
Darauf sagte die Schlange zur Frau: Nein, ihr werdet nicht sterben.
Gott weiß vielmehr: Sobald ihr davon esst, gehen euch die Augen auf; ihr werdet wie Gott und erkennt Gut und Böse.
Da sah die Frau, dass es köstlich wäre, von dem Baum zu essen, dass der Baum eine Augenweide war und dazu verlockte, klug zu werden. Sie nahm von seinen Früchten und aß; sie gab auch ihrem Mann, der bei ihr war, und auch er aß.
Da gingen beiden die Augen auf, und sie erkannten, dass sie nackt waren. Sie hefteten Feigenblätter zusammen und machten sich einen Schurz.

 

Zweite Lesung

Lesung aus dem ersten Brief des Apostels Paulus an die Römer
Röm 5, 12-19

Brüder!
Durch einen einzigen Menschen kam die Sünde in die Welt und durch die Sünde der Tod, und auf diese Weise gelangte der Tod zu allen Menschen, weil alle sündigten.
Sünde war schon vor dem Gesetz in der Welt, aber Sünde wird nicht angerechnet, wo es kein Gesetz gibt;
dennoch herrschte der Tod von Adam bis Mose auch über die, welche nicht wie Adam durch Übertreten eines Gebots gesündigt hatten; Adam aber ist die Gestalt, die auf den Kommenden hinweist.
Doch anders als mit der Übertretung verhält es sich mit der Gnade; sind durch die Übertretung des einen die vielen dem Tod anheim gefallen, so ist erst recht die Gnade Gottes und die Gabe, die durch die Gnadentat des einen Menschen Jesus Christus bewirkt worden ist, den vielen reichlich zuteil geworden.
Anders als mit dem, was durch den einen Sünder verursacht wurde, verhält es sich mit dieser Gabe: Das Gericht führt wegen der Übertretung des einen zur Verurteilung, die Gnade führt aus vielen Übertretungen zur Gerechtsprechung.
Ist durch die Übertretung des einen der Tod zur Herrschaft gekommen, durch diesen einen, so werden erst recht alle, denen die Gnade und die Gabe der Gerechtigkeit reichlich zuteil wurde, leben und herrschen durch den einen, Jesus Christus.
Wie es also durch die Übertretung eines einzigen für alle Menschen zur Verurteilung kam, so wird es auch durch die gerechte Tat eines einzigen für alle Menschen zur Gerechtsprechung kommen, die Leben gibt.
Wie durch den Ungehorsam des einen Menschen die vielen zu Sündern wurden, so werden auch durch den Gehorsam des einen die vielen zu Gerechten gemacht werden.

EVANGELIUM VOM TAG

Aus dem heiligen Evangelium nach Matthäus
Mt 4, 1-11

In jener Zeit
wurde Jesus vom Geist in die Wüste geführt; dort sollte er vom Teufel in Versuchung geführt werden.
Als er vierzig Tage und vierzig Nächte gefastet hatte, bekam er Hunger.
Da trat der Versucher an ihn heran und sagte: Wenn du Gottes Sohn bist, so befiehl, dass aus diesen Steinen Brot wird.
Er aber antwortete: In der Schrift heißt es: Der Mensch lebt nicht nur von Brot, sondern von jedem Wort, das aus Gottes Mund kommt.
Darauf nahm ihn der Teufel mit sich in die Heilige Stadt, stellte ihn oben auf den Tempel
und sagte zu ihm: Wenn du Gottes Sohn bist, so stürz dich hinab; denn es heißt in der Schrift: Seinen Engeln befiehlt er, dich auf ihren Händen zu tragen, damit dein Fuß nicht an einen Stein stößt.
Jesus antwortete ihm: In der Schrift heißt es auch: Du sollst den Herrn, deinen Gott, nicht auf die Probe stellen.
Wieder nahm ihn der Teufel mit sich und führte ihn auf einen sehr hohen Berg; er zeigte ihm alle Reiche der Welt mit ihrer Pracht
und sagte zu ihm: Das alles will ich dir geben, wenn du dich vor mir niederwirfst und mich anbetest.
Da sagte Jesus zu ihm: Weg mit dir, Satan! Denn in der Schrift steht: Vor dem Herrn, deinem Gott, sollst du dich niederwerfen und ihm allein dienen.
Darauf ließ der Teufel von ihm ab, und es kamen Engel und dienten ihm.

 

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01/03/2020

LETTURA DEL GIORNO

Prima Lettura

 

Dal libro della Gènesi
Gen 2,7-9; 3,1-7

Il Signore Dio plasmò l’uomo con polvere del suolo e soffiò nelle sue narici un alito di vita e l’uomo divenne un essere vivente. Poi il Signore Dio piantò un giardino in Eden, a oriente, e vi collocò l’uomo che aveva plasmato. Il Signore Dio fece germogliare dal suolo ogni sorta di alberi graditi alla vista e buoni da mangiare, e l’albero della vita in mezzo al giardino e l’albero della conoscenza del bene e del male. Il serpente era il più astuto di tutti gli animali selvatici che Dio aveva fatto e disse alla donna: «È vero che Dio ha detto: Non dovete mangiare di alcun albero del giardino?». Rispose la donna al serpente: «Dei frutti degli alberi del giardino noi possiamo mangiare, ma del frutto dell’albero che sta in mezzo al giardino Dio ha detto: Non dovete mangiarne e non lo dovete toccare, altrimenti morirete». Ma il serpente disse alla donna: «Non morirete affatto! Anzi, Dio sa che il giorno in cui voi ne mangiaste si aprirebbero i vostri occhi e sareste come Dio, conoscendo il bene e il male». Allora la donna vide che l’albero era buono da mangiare, gradevole agli occhi e desiderabile per acquistare saggezza; prese del suo frutto e ne mangiò, poi ne diede anche al marito, che era con lei, e anch’egli ne mangiò. Allora si aprirono gli occhi di tutti e due e conobbero di essere nudi; intrecciarono foglie di fico e se ne fecero cinture.

 

Seconda Lettura

Dalla lettera di san Paolo apostolo ai Romani
5, 12.17-19

 

Fratelli, come a causa di un solo uomo il peccato è entrato nel mondo e, con il peccato, la morte, così in tutti gli uomini si è propagata la morte, poiché tutti hanno peccato. Infatti se per la caduta di uno solo la morte ha regnato a causa di quel solo uomo, molto di più quelli che ricevono l’abbondanza della grazia e del dono della giustizia regneranno nella vita per mezzo del solo Gesù Cristo. Come dunque per la caduta di uno solo si è riversata su tutti gli uomini la condanna, così anche per l’opera giusta di uno solo si riversa su tutti gli uomini la giustificazione, che dà vita. Infatti, come per la disobbedienza di un solo uomo tutti sono stati costituiti peccatori, così anche per l’obbedienza di uno solo tutti saranno costituiti giusti.

VANGELO DEL GIORNO

Dal Vangelo secondo Matteo
Mt 4,1-11

In quel tempo, Gesù fu condotto dallo Spirito nel deserto, per essere tentato dal diavolo. Dopo aver digiunato quaranta giorni e quaranta notti, alla fine ebbe fame. Il tentatore gli si avvicinò e gli disse: «Se tu sei Figlio di Dio, di’ che queste pietre diventino pane». Ma egli rispose: «Sta scritto: Non di solo pane vivrà l’uomo, ma di ogni parola che esce dalla bocca di Dio». Allora il diavolo lo portò nella città santa, lo pose sul punto più alto del tempio e gli disse: «Se tu sei Figlio di Dio, gèttati giù; sta scritto infatti: Ai suoi angeli darà ordini a tuo riguardo ed essi ti porteranno sulle loro mani perché il tuo piede non inciampi in una pietra». Gesù gli rispose: «Sta scritto anche: Non metterai alla prova il Signore Dio tuo». Di nuovo il diavolo lo portò sopra un monte altissimo e gli mostrò tutti i regni del mondo e la loro gloria e gli disse: «Tutte queste cose io ti darò se, gettandoti ai miei piedi, mi adorerai». Allora Gesù gli rispose: «Vàttene, satana! Sta scritto infatti: Il Signore, Dio tuo, adorerai: a lui solo renderai culto». Allora il diavolo lo lasciò, ed ecco degli angeli gli si avvicinarono e lo servivano.

 

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